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17 March 2010
Most tote bags are fundamentally just glorified shopping bags. You can bung a swanky logo and brand name on the front of it, but it's still little more than a bag for life. This is the only one I've seen in a while that I'd make an exception for, as it's such
8 February 2010
So our bags are getting smaller and lighter, but that's only when they're not multiplying 50-fold in size, which is also bang on trend. Have we got that right? The message I'm getting is as long as it's too small to be of use or fits in everything including the
4 February 2010
Aside from the copious basket-weaving, more folksy styling is coming our way in the form of patchwork this summer. Quite a few designers have opted to include the heart motif in their styles too, notably Marc Jacobs, who's brought out a range of these tote bags,
3 February 2010
On a recent whizz around Marks and Sparks, The Bag Lad has been eyeing up all the fabulous designer-alike options in the accessories aisle once again. This padlock tote bag, which is a bit like a more streamlined, contemporary version of a Mulberry style is
21 January 2010
Stella McCartney's in her element when she's working with shiny patent veggie leather, so it's no wonder she's done such a good job on this lovely red tote bag. It's a generously-sized, shapely bag with gorgeously balanced trimmings and a fun, detachable purse.
20 January 2010
This new tote from Paul Smith Accessories takes the term 'beach bag' a tad literally, but I love the colour scheme and just looking at that sunlit vista is reminding me that at some point, even if it's not the immediate future, we'll stop experiencing this
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